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this morni- good morning, america. this morning, breaking news overnight. a mysterious explosion kills two people and damages more than a dozen homes. right now there's still no word on what caused the blast that decimated an entire neighborhood. uncovered. a flood of new details this morning about how the fbi discovered the extramarital affair that brought down america's top spy as we learn more about the highly accomplished woman at the center of this scandal. an exclusive interview with a wounded warrior who she helped. black thursday backlash. the holiday shopping season is starting earlier than ever with more stores opening their doors on thanksgiving offering better bargains. but now some employees are fighting back. ♪ if i was your boyfriend i'd never let you go ♪ and boyfriend no more. the headline gripping tween girls worldwide. the biebs is single. we have new pictures of a crestfallen ex-girlfriend selena
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gomez and a look at how other young couples have done after a breakup in the spotlight. ♪ i could be a gentleman ♪ anything you want good morning, everybody. >> we warned you yesterday if you watched this show that this breakup was happening. and it's official. >> we are all just absorbing the news this morning. >> ron? >> ron, particularly. >> it's rough. >> rough. we should say, we do have some holiday shopping news, not only as we mentioned before, not only is the holiday season starting early and some people are upset about that, also the thieves are getting an early start. take a look at this surveillance video of thieves ripping off gifts that people have put on layaway, which is particularly cruel. coming up, why this thievery is
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part of some diabolical double-dipping that is hitting stores very hard this christmas. also this morning, coffee lovers, listen up. experts are now warning that the most common beans used for your morning cup of joe could someday dry up and become extinct. we'll tell you when and why and if anything can be done to keep that from happening. >> this is potentially a big deal for morning people. also, at the top of the show this morning, we want to give a big shoutout to everyone on this veterans day. to all of america's fighting men and women overseas and those who have returned home. you're looking at a live shot at the tomb of the unknown soldier in arlington, virginia. once again, a big salute to all of our fighting men and women. but we're going start here this half hour with that mystery and fatal explosion. the pictures out of indianapolis over night harrowing. look, more than a dozen homes destroyed. families forced out of their homes in the middle of the night. abc's john schriffen is on the story. john, good morning. >> reporter: dan, good morning. our affiliate wrtv is now reporting at least two people are dead, eight others injured. the blast rocked the neighborhood when many were asleep forced to quickly grab
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their pets and flee in their pajamas. authorities have been using searchlights going door to door to see if the number of victims will grow. those at the scene say it looked like a war zone. a deafening explosion late saturday night left this quiet suburban neighborhood up in flames. two houses leveled. two others set ablaze and around 200 people forced from their homes. the scene, collapsed walls, shattered windows and metal from cars melted. the blast could be heard from miles around compelling neighbors to jump into action. >> as soon as i got to the house and i heard those people screaming, the only thing i could think was, these people have to get out or they're not going to make it. i just ran in, not even thinking, me and andrew and pulled them out as fast as i could. >> reporter: the shock waves blew out windows and garage doors of nearby houses. many damaged by flying debris. >> as soon as you go outside, it
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was just like it was snowing. insulation falling down from the sky. the house, what i saw was just gone. i mean, there was nothing left. >> reporter: many neighbors are staying with relatives and friends. others are sleeping on cots at a local elementary school, and investigators still have no idea what caused this, but should have a better understanding as the sun comes up this morning. bianna? >> it looks like a war zone. all right, john, thank you. we turn now to the latest on the bombshell that's still reverberating through washington. this morning we are learning more details about the shocking scandal that cost the head of the cia his job. abc's david kerley is in the nation's capital with new information about how general david petraeus' extramarital affair came to light. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, bianna, you're right. some rather stunning details about a frightening e-mail that brought down the director of the cia and general david petraeus. it was an affair between petraeus and his biographer paula broadwell according to sources familiar with the
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investigation. broadwell had extraordinary access to petraeus when he was running the war in afghanistan. >> they trusted me, so i was able to get a lot of great access and i got to know his family and his mentors. >> reporter: confirmed as cia director more than a year ago -- >> i'll even give him my personal e-mail address. >> reporter: -- several sources tell abc news it was an e-mail that unraveled the affair. a couple of months ago, a woman apparently in the tampa area, with an association with petraeus and the military received a strange and harassing e-mail. she notified the fbi which launched the investigation. also worried that his official account had been compromised. the e-mail was traced back to the computer of paula broadwell. but what agents found instead of a compromised official account were intimate, salacious e-mails between petraeus and broadwell described as a lot of human drama. >> there had been rumors of an affair between him and paula broadwell for some time. >> reporter: fred kaplan has written a book about petraeus which will be released early next year. >> but, frankly, i didn't
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believe them and neither did just about anybody else i knew. he just didn't seem the type. >> reporter: abc's martha raddatz reports that some of petraeus' afghanistan staff worried about how it looked to have broadwell spending so much time with the general and told petraeus as much. even though the investigation has been under way for a couple of months, an official tells abc of month, an intelligence official tells abc news that it was just tuesday evening that the head of national intelligence was told. james clapper talked to petraeus several times that night and wednesday. advising the cia director to resign. thursday at the white house, petraeus offered his resignation to the president, who waited 24 hours to accept. so shocking, because petraeus himself had been critical of officers guilty of infidelity. >> he spoke of them in just this tone of contempt that they had engaged in this kind of dishonorable behavior, which is why i just never thought he
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would be up for that sort of thing. >> this morning the head of national intelligence says he has no plans to start an investigation into petraeus' activities with broadwell. bianna? >> and, david, so many people are questioning the timing of this all coming days after the election. if as you said the fbi had been investigating for months, how is it that the white house and congress were both left in the dark? >> representative peter king, one of those raising questions, why didn't the fbi tell the committees and the white house earlier, no response directly from the white house yet. the intelligence committee and investigators rather for the intelligence community will undoubtedly say that, listen, this was not a matter of national security. what they found was a personnel issue and that's why they passed it on when they passed it on. >> all right, i have a feeling the story is far from over. david, thank you so much. dan? >> i would agree with you on that. thanks, bianna. this scandal has derailed two promising careers. paula broadwell is a lifelong overachiever, she worked in military intelligence, graduated from harvard and wrote
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a best-selling book, a homecoming queen, a triathlete and a mother of two. abc's reena ninan has that side of the story from washington. good morning, reena. >> reporter: good morning, dan. i spoke to friends and colleagues who knew paula broadwell. the picture that emerges, someone devoted to philanthropy calling her the star at her generation of west point. all of them saying they never saw this coming. >> technology cannot solve all the problems in modern warfare. >> reporter: the former army officer featured in a documentary about weapons systems. while she's known for her military smarts and enviable physique, her friends say she was also devoted to the cause of wounded warriors and injured war vets. making it even ironic this scandal comes on veterans day weekend. >> somebody as busy as she is takes the time to help somebody like me. there's not much time left for indiscretions. >> reporter: david bixler, an active duty wound the warrior and double amputee
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knows her through a charity foundation. she was scheduled to sky dive but donated it to bixler as well. in an exclusive interview he questions these latest allegations. >> i have some questions about who is connecting the dots and how. paula broadwell is not the type. she isn't. >> reporter: some of her colleagues who insist she is someone to be admired also say she has reversed the cause of young women in the military who fought hard to be taken seriously. >> most of my time was spent with general petraeus on his battlefield circulation. >> reporter: those who know her say she was on facebook all the time. on friday morning her 40th birthday she posted a message about mortality and exercise. friends say a likely clue she had no idea hours later her entire profile would be wiped. it's not clear when they her husband, scott broadwell, a radiologist and surfer learned about the affair, but
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this was etched on the driveway outside their home. broadwell was supposed to celebrate her 40th birthday at a dinner in washington. her husband called and canceled the event late friday. dan? >> reena, thank you. how does this scandal likely to play for a newly re-elected president who just has weeks now to steer the country away from the so-called fiscal cliff? george stephanopoulos, host of "this week" is here. george, good morning. >> dan. >> a lot of people, especially on the republican side, raising questions about the timing as bianna asked in her question. some saying this is fishy. why is it coming out right after the election? does this scandal -- does this have the potential to derail the president's agenda? >> i don't think so, even if that time line does indeed hold up. i was surprised this had gone on for several months. the white house wasn't told until wednesday and the head of intelligence wasn't told until a couple of days ago. what you could see is the president was already planning to replace secretary of state hillary clinton. secretary of defense leon panetta was also planning on leaving. now with a vacancy also at the cia, which, remember,
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is running our war right now, that could lead to some disruption especially because there's also that investigation of what happened in benghazi going on. >> i want to ask you about that because petraeus was set to self in the cia's involvement in benghazi this week. now he's not expected to. his replacement is, but that's not -- republicans are not happy about that. >> that's unlikely to be good enough for a lot of members of congress. peter king saying he wants to speak to petraeus. on "this week" this morning i'll speak to the vice chairman saxby chambliss. do they still want to hear from david petraeus himself? we'll see what he says. >> on the fiscal cliff, the tax hikes that will go into effect on january 1 if congress and the president can't cut a deal, the president is saying, i want to raise taxes on rich people. the republicans have come out and said, no go. do you see any pathway to a deal here? >> there's going to have to be a pathway to a deal. because as you point out, you'll have a big hit on january 1st. at least $500 billion of spending cuts and tax increases but right now both sides are dug in.
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there does seem to be some middle ground. is there a way to get new revenues out of the wealthy without raising their rates? that's going to be the question they'll be focusing in on these next several weeks. >> george, thank you. as always, george has a must watch show. senators patty murray and saxby chambliss as he mentioned along with his powerhouse roundtable. >> now to ron claiborne with the other top stories. hey, ron. >> good morning, everyone. we begin with politics. four days after the national election, they are finally finished counting ballots in florida, and the official winner in that state, barack obama. president obama ended up edging out mitt romney by about 74,000 votes out of more than 8 million cast. florida's governor says his state will see what it can do to improve the voting process there in florida. many people waited as long as seven hours to cast their ballots. and power is finally coming back for thousands of people in new jersey still in the dark since superstorm sandy. miss utility customers who lost
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power in the state should have service restored by today. 98% of homes and businesses in new york city and westchester county also have their lights back on but progress is much slower on long island where hundreds of angry residents protested outside the power company's offices saturday. that was on saturday. most customers there on long island will have service restored, they say, by tuesday. and actors justin timberlake and jessica biel were among the volunteers helping clean up storm-ravaged rockaway, queens. according to "us" magazine, they were handing out food to victims, victims who live there and were hard hit by that storm. the country's largest four-year college system is looking to crack down on so-called super seniors. officials at the california state university system, which has over 400,000 students, will vote this week on graduation incentive fees aimed at encouraging to finish their degrees in four years to make room for new students. it can triple the cost for students who complete five years
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to finish. finally, with thanksgiving less than two weeks away, the newest balloons in macy's thanksgiving day parade, well, they went out for a test drive. hundreds of volunteers took hello kitty, papa smurf and elf on the shelf for a spin on saturday. all the balloons undergo tests for flight patterns and aerodynamics so that they can safely navigate that parade route. >> are you looking forward to that parade? >> very much so. sometimes they've crashed into street lamps. >> yes, they have. yes, they have. >> so they have to be careful. >> we're hoping that doesn't happen. enough with the crane in new york. already had things hanging around. >> time to check the weather. ginger zee in the house. >> good morning, guys. one of the biggest snow totals we found was in montana. they had 48 inches. colorado had a lot in the mountains too. denver, 1 to 2 inches created a problem on a runway. you've got kmgh, our official abc station there got this photo and really it wasn't a huge problem. it split off the taxiway, 125 passengers were okay.
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then a little farther east in central kansas just west of wichita, look at the lightning in the middle of that storm. incredible stuff, the tumbleweeds, very kansas like. there were about 50 severe weather reports yesterday. severe weather will be an issue today again here. here's the area i'm most concerned about. and i think mostly wind and hail, outside chance of a tornado. little rock you're in there, shreveport, too. anywhere in northeast texas, be aware later this afternoon and evening. rain, a lot of it in some places going to come along with the cold front. parts of iowa down into missouri. that's where the heart of the heaviest rain will be. chicago gets into it later tonight that game at soldier field, i'd bring the rain gear for that one and then you have the cold. look how easy it is. flagstaff, 14, sacramento, 35 and burbank, 45. some freeze warnings and watches out. a nice day ahead in the northeast. temperatures, 70, pittsburgh, bradford
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i am so excited. i haven't been to chicago much since i left. so i got a picture from chicago and i'm going this week. that's why i'm so pumped up. hail in naperville just west of chicago. >> that makes you want to go to chicago. >> yes. are you kidding? >> that is a meteorologist through and through. >> mt. shasta in california. a little mist around the top of the mountain. beautiful shot. >> ginger has different tastes find me on twitter at ginger, underscore, zee. >> ginger has different tastes in weather than most of us do.
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>> thanks, ginger. now to the backlash for black thursday. we all know that the holiday shopping blitz traditionally begins the day after thanksgiving otherwise known as black friday. but some major retailers just announced that they will be opening their doors earlier than ever this holiday shopping season on thanksgiving night, in fact, and not everyone is taking the news so well. some employees are up in arms about giving up one of their favorite holidays, and abc's tanya rivero is here with their story. >> that's right. store workers are saying enough is enough. last year many started working before midnight on thanksgiving. now many have to come in so early, they say they can't have dinner with their families. now those workers are organizing and fighting back. forget black friday. this year many retailers are betting you'll want to start tackling your christmas list and possibly other shoppers as soon as you've put down your pumpkin pie. walmart, sears and kmart will open with door-busting deals at 8:00 p.m. this thanksgiving day while best buy, kohl's and
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macy's will open at midnight. and while some shoppers are game -- >> we eat between the hours of 12:00 to 3:00, so instead of football we can be doing shopping. >> reporter: others say enough already. >> you need to be home with your families on thanksgiving. >> americans are unique in the world because we celebrate thanksgiving day. >> reporter: but turning turkey day black has many store workers seeing red. >> i think everyone in america tends to want to celebrate. >> reporter: led by change.org, workers from target, walmart and other big retailers are now asking their employers to save thanksgiving and stick with last year's black friday opening time so they can have dinner with their family. >> and it's just nothing we can do now. we have to work all night. >> reporter: holiday shopping is expected to jump more than 4% this year and competition is fierce. >> we're really excited about the 8:00 start date, not only to
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be competitive but meet our customers' request. >> if the retailers do it right and treat their employees right i think it will be a wonderful experiment. >> reporter: still the savviest business tactic may take the high road. some stores like nordstrom win customers by explicitly not decking the halls early. as thanksgiving creep moves up early year, many are wondering how far or how low stores can go. >> thanksgiving should be recognized as thanksgiving and not thanksgiving/christmas. >> reporter: retail experts say it's likely all the same deals that can be found on thanksgiving or black friday this year can also be found online, but the only reason to hit the actual stores is if you're worried about inventory running out or if you actually enjoy the thrill of shopping. >> so many people worried about both. they love shopping but they're also worried about things running out too. >> i'll be on my couch. >> in a food coma. >> that's right. >> thank you, tanya. drinking your morning coffee, prepare to do a spit take. >> your morning cup of joe could
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become a thing of the past. experts say the main bean used to make coffee is drying up. and abc's john muller is here with more. say it ain't so, john. >> reporter: you got that right. all you coffee drinkers out there, i am feeling your pain on this one no matter how you like your coffee. the coffee bean may be going the way of the dinosaur, extinction, if you believe the new study which says coffee may be extinct sooner than you think. >> thank you. >> reporter: from a simple cup of joe to a double espresso shot mocha frappuccino, it's what opens the eyes of more than half of americans on a daily basis. but a new study is dark with no sugar and says climate change has the wild arabica coffee plant headed for extinction as soon as the year 2080. >> devastated is probably not too strong a word. >> right now i'm addicted to coffee. >> i need something to give me the energy. >> i don't think i could live without coffee. >> reporter: scientists ran computer models on global warming finding if their worst
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estimates come true, in 68 years there would be nowhere on earth suitable for wild coffee growth. because wild coffee ensures healthy genetic diversity, it could mean extinction of even beans grown on farms. imagine it, a world without coffee. how would people everywhere conquer alarm clocks and survive their commutes to work. >> here juan valdez and his workers hand pick coffee with pride. >> reporter: what would happen to juan valdez? >> oh, my god. >> reporter: where would "friends" go to meet without coffee and what would take coffee's place? nearly 7 million tons of beans are produced worldwide each year. coffee is the world's second most traded commodity behind oil. over 80% of americans drink it, spending on average $164 a year. >> diet coke will still be around. >> maybe we can go with some synthetic thing to replace it. >> i'd have to find another alternative source of energy.
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>> reporter: now skeptics of global warming will tell you it's tempest in a teapot but regardless even if the worst case scenario would come true, that's 68 years away, so anybody enjoying their coffee, take heart that we will be extent before the coffee bean according to the study. have a great day. >> thank you. enjoy your coffee. we appreciate it. we should say while we had a little bit of fun, global warming no joke. coming up here, holiday shopping season starting early for criminals. surveillance video of thieves stealing stuff that people had put on layaway. this is only one part of this scheme. also ahead, solo acts. tween favorites justin bieber and selena gomez go their separate ways. so will they fare better than other young couples who have gone through very public breakups of their own? >> and the best video of the morning. the copycat. how will this feline react to some gentle taunting from a yoga mat. we're freezing the frame. keep it here for "fixation" this morning. it here for "fixation" this
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♪ we are never ever ege
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hollywood heartache. ♪ we are never ever ever getting back together ♪ hollywood heartache. first justin and britney, robert pattinson and kristen stewart. justin bieber and selena gomez are done. so how do young celebrity couples handle their public breakups without damaging their careers? serious business dating in hollywood. good morning, america. i'm bianna golodryga. >> a lot of drama. >> there is. >> good morning, everyone. i'm dan harris. it's sunday, november 11th. also coming up, the superstorm sandy has the newest star. she's been called the human emoticon, the woman standing next to the mayor. she is his sign language interpreter. you'll see her as you've never seen her before. it's going viral. but first, we were talking earlier about how stores are starting can holiday shopping early, so apparently are thieves. take a look at this surveillance video from walmart. ripping off gifts that people have on layaway. this may be the start of a worrying trend.
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abc's mark greenblatt is on the story. good morning, sir. >> reporter: good morning to you, sir. they are being called a group of real-life grinches. they're robbers who knock off walmarts stealing gifts for the holidays. people who have these gifts on layaway, and they're getting an early start this year. you might recall wild fights breaking out on black friday last year or even sights like this. >> is that necessary? >> reporter: all in pursuit of a bargain. >> we got it. whoo-hoo! >> reporter: this year, police say the group you're looking at wanted to get a head start. they're seen walking out of walmart in taylor, pennsylvania, without paying for tools they would later use to break into these trailers where layaway gifts are held for customers. >> people have been through so much. and now they're hitting them before christmas. terrible. >> reporter: the stolen christmas range from toys to bikes to electronics. thousands of dollars of merchandise now gone. police believe the group consists of three men and one
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woman in their teens or early 20s. they're said to have knocked off a second walmart the same way nearby. >> it's a sign of the times. sad to say. >> reporter: the preholiday heists come just as walmart is stocking up nationwide for what its ceo calls the best black friday ever. in a statement the company tells abc news, "it's really someone would steal gifts for the holiday. at the end of the day we will do what's right for the customer." law enforcement experts warn that thefts raise about 50%. crooks have their eyes wide open for a steal of a deal. >> it's a lot easier for a thief during the holidays because of the sheer volume. what happens is it becomes a target-rich environment for thieves. >> reporter: and no arrests reported yet in this case, but walmart says that it will take the financial hit on its own and replace any stolen merchandise that its customer has a down payment on so they don't lose
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out. the good news is the real-life grinches will not steal the holidays this year. >> let's hope they find them, mark. >> taken from layaway, especially cold. good thing walmart is stepping up. mark, thank you very much. let's take a look at the other stories developing this morning. for that, as always, ron. >> it's a cold world. >> it is a cold world. >> reality check. >> bianna, hi. >> hi. >> and good morning, everyone. crews in indianapolis are searching through the rubble after a massive explosion leveled two homes and damaged two others. at least two people were killed and eight others were injured. officials don't yet know what caused that blast. and new details about the affair that forced david petraeus to step down as head of the cia. abc news has learned that his biographer paula broadwell sent a strange and harassing e-mail to another woman that was traced to broadwell's computer. that uncovered their relationship. the new james bond movie is on pace to set a box office record.
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"skyfall" had more than $30 million in ticket sales on friday, setting it up to be the biggest opening weekend ever for the franchise. time now for the weather and over to ginger. >> all right. vail opens at the end of the week. they had half a foot of snow. a picture, beautiful. beaver creek, just getting excited to ski. so snow did fall in parts of the mountains in the west and northern rockies. i was talking earlier about that 48 inches in montana. incredible, really ready for that ski season but another storm heading to the pacific northwest. seattle, 46. you will eventually here get some rain and of course some mountain snows up at the cascades and other areas. look at this cold front dividing the country. today, denver, 37, kansas city, 43 behind it, st. louis, 76, you're going to have that severe weather pocket here in parts of arkansas, southeast missouri and northeast texas, just something to keep an eye on for later today. i'll leave you with a look across the nation but for
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♪ we are never ever ever getting back together ♪ we had to play the song. >> you know what, i do like the song. i'll admit that. rachel smith outing me. the heartbreak in hollywood. after almost two years together, justin bieber and selena gomez are no more. their romance has gone the way of such super couples as britney and justin and nick and jessica.
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>> how do young couples survive a breakup in the spotlight? breaking up is hard enough but in the spotlight. good morning, rachel. >> good morning, guys. the adorable couple possibly calling it quits yesterday, but sources now saying schedules and trust issues are to blame. these stars break up and make up just like the rest of us but when you're considered a high-profile young power couple, it becomes hollywood's biggest headline. ♪ girlfriend girlfriend you could be my girlfriend ♪ >> well, the world didn't end. but the young love between justin bieber and selena gomez allegedly did. ♪ never let you go >> reporter: according to multiple reports, she let him go about a week ago. these new photos of gomez taken in l.a.x. airport show bieber's former flame look g none too happy after the breakup. the young hollywood couple were a match made in tween heaven. the pop sensations went public with their relationship nearly two years ago at the "vanity fair" oscar party in
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february 2011. selena then 18 and justin only 16. since then their high-profile relationship has played out in headlines. some, good. and others, well, the farthest thing from a teenage dream. with paparazzi chasing their every move in attempts to break the latest story, for months, rumors have been swirling that the couple called it quits. >> what went wrong is what always goes wrong, they're always breaking up and getting back together because they're young. >> reporter: of course, this wouldn't be the first young hollywood love song to come to an end. ♪ i love you like a love song baby ♪ ♪ beep beep beep >> reporter: but how might it compare? ♪ bye bye bye >> reporter: ten years ago teen heartthrob justin timberlake and britney spears experienced splitsville. justin just tied the knot with actress jessica biel.
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britney spears is currently engaged to her former manager jason trawlic, then there's the newlywed story of nick lachey and jessica simpson who found happily ever after elsewhere. after their divorce, nick found love and marriage with tv host vanessa minnillo. and jessica simpson is on her way to wedded bliss with her fiance, retired nfl player erik johnson. they welcomed their first children in 2012. or maybe this will be a quick kiss and makeup born from the tale of "twilight" stars, kristen stewart and robert pattinson. >> we don't know which way it's going to go. i mean. we have no idea. there's no prediction. >> ian told me no matter the outcome of these high-profile relationships, the couple don't fare well.
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people watch who they will end up with next. >> all of those stories bring back memories. >> oh, yes. >> we're rooting for those couples. they seem happy now. >> definitely. >> thanks, rachel. >> break it up. coming up here on "good morning america," make your move. the copycat on the yoga mat. "fixation" is next. we'll show you how this thing turns out. on my spaghetti. ce the acidic levels in some foods can cause acid erosion. the enamel starts to wear down. and you can't grow your enamel back. i was quite surprised, as only few as four exposures a day what that can do to you. it's quite a lesson learned. my dentist recommended that i use pronamel. because it helps to strengthen the enamel. he recommended that i use it every time i brush. you feel like there is something that you're doing to help safeguard against the acid erosion. and i believe it's doing a good job. [ corbett ] the holidays seem to come sooner every year. luckily, walgreens is here to help, with our new happy and healthy magazine, full of great new items for a boost of happiness,
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♪ you are an obsession ♪ you're my obsession all right. "fixation" is where we get serious. we come -- ron claiborne leads the effort. we comb the internet for the craziest stuff that we can find, and we bring it to you. >> ron found a good one for me today. usually most pet owners, dog owners are excited when their dog learns how to sit, roll over, fetch. well, this one dog owner took it to the next level.
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here's ozzie. he's almost 4 years old. a welsh border collie. >> look at that. >> and he learned how to walk a tightrope. watch, watch, watch. >> is he having fun? >> i know. he looks nervous. >> i thought he was a three-legged dog which might make it easier. >> watch. there he goes. he did it. >> it's all about the frisbee. >> you see powerful incentive there. all right. from the world of sports. i want to show you a video which is going to blow your mind. some amazing tricks done by a group of guys that call themselves -- what do they call themselves? dude perfect. look at this. look at this. >> that's definitely fake. >> he bounces it into the basket. >> you love these clips? >> is it real or not? >> listen to this one. it's as real as real gets, as a matter of fact, and it took them nine hours to do this. that one is pretty crazy. >> yay! >> anger management.
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>> if that went in the basket, that would have been even better. >> pretty happy guy. can finally get something to eat now. been there for nine hours. that was pretty cool. so we're going back to the world of animals for a second. this is a nice, young lady on a yoga mat taunting an innocent cat and the cat copies her. just watch this. and enjoy. >> ah. >> who says cats are hard to train? that's downward dog. >> is there a toy or something in this? >> i don't think there's any incentive here. >> maybe the cat is training her. >> that's a yoga instructor. >> fair enough. fair enough. >> in the storm all of you saw lydia callis, the sign language alongside the mayor. we're going to make her more famous. there's a youtube video that i want to show you here. she's dub-stepping.
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the video's maker says, of course, it isn't to poke fun but celebrating how great and how much fun everyone loves lydia. >> it was impressive to watch her and her colleagues. they were busy that week. >> there are fan pages sprouted up dedicated to her. she's now a genuine celeb. good for her. the mayor chose well and she does well with dub step, as well. if you have videos you think we should use tweet us at bianna golodryga if you can spell that. a lot of consonants in there. at ginger, underscore, zee. >> just call me. i'm in the book. >> a 1-800 number. >> page him. >> we'll be right back. ♪ when it comes to getting my family to eat breakfast, i need all the help i can get. that's why i like nutella. mom, what's the capital of west virginia? charleston. nutella is a delicious hazelnut spread my whole family loves. mom, have you seen my -- backpack? nutella goes great on whole-wheat toast or whole-grain waffles. and its great taste comes from a unique combination
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a lot more news coming up during the course of today. "this week" with george stephanopoulos coming up shortly and later today david muir back with "world news" on this sunday night. and as we leave you on this veterans day, we take this live picture from arlington national cemetery, a reminder that veterans day is not just a three-day weekend. this is a day when we celebrate our fighting men and women overseas and all those who have returned from overseas protecting this country. >> we're so thankful for all they do for the united states.
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